The Gallery offers visitors an opportunity to view and appreciate an outstanding collection of original Canadian and International art.

Permanent collection always on exhibition, with periodic changes. Rotating exhibitions by established/emerging artists are also featured.

April 25 to May 31
Kim Soo Goodtrack: Lakota Lineage

Meet & Greet Reception to open the exhibition will be held Sunday, April 29 from 2 to 4 pm. Everyone welcome!

Kim Soo Goodtrack: Lakota LineageKim Soo Goodtrack is a member of the Lakota Wood Mountain Reserve in southern Saskatchewan. Her great-grandmother walked to Wood Mountain with Siiting Bull and their people in 1877, from the USA. Her grandmother and mother were born in Wood Mountain. Goodtrack's history has informed her art, and her approach to life. By acknowledging both personal and historical difficulties, Kim has chosen to focus on the positive both morally and conceptually. The blessings and the good that life can bring is reflected in her aesthetic as an artist and cultural worker.

Kim spent many years in Vancouver as an art teacher, cultural enrichment worker, and storyteller, in facilities from inner city schools to a private high school. She has had many art exhibits, created children's books and TV shows, and developed her own art practice.

Her beautiful ink drawings and paintings in acrylic reflect her visual language as a Hunkpapa Lakota woman. Her love of education, storytelling, and art is felt within the vibrancy and emotion of colour in her paintings, and within the richness of imagery in her ink drawings. Goodtrack has returned home to Wood Mountain, and presently continues her work as an artist within her home territory.

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